Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph of Floyd Hope Polk wearing his US Army Unform.

Floyd Polk served in the US Army during World War II and lived in Edinburg Virginia. His wife was Goldie Irwin Polk.

The name "Floyd Polk" is written on the glass plate.

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Portrait of George W. Funkhouser and his first wife, Ada (Litten) Funkhouser. They were married in 1914 at Zion Lutheran Parsonage. George was 20 years old, lived in Shenandoah County and was the son of Paul and Miranda (Polk) Funkhouser. Ada was the…

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Portrait of George W. Funkhouser and his first wife, Ada (Litten) Funkhouser. They were married in 1914 at Zion Lutheran Parsonage. George was 20 years old, lived in Shenandoah County and was the son of Paul and Miranda (Polk) Funkhouser. Ada was the…

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Portrait of William H. Polk, who worked as a minister of Mt. Zion Methodist Church in Woodstock, Virginia.

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Portrait taken of Annabel Lee Polk as a young woman.

Annabelle lived in Edinburg and was the daughter of Lester Earl (1899-1994) and Margie Jane (Fadeley) (1904-1990) Polk.

In 1945, she married Walter David Clem (1923-1995), a 22-year old Navy…

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Portrait of Evie Mae Polk, born on August 19, 1909, to Noah Frederick & Susan Miller Polk. She married Earl Francis Lutz on December 11, 1924. Evie Mae died in Mt. Jackson on September 11, 1981. She and her husband had two sons and a daughter.

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Robert "Bob" Earl Willey standing in the studio as a young boy.

Bob was born in Strasburg, the son of Robert Earl “Skeeter” Willey, Sr. and Miriam Elaine "Sis" (Wolfe) Willey. He was a 1956 graduate of Strasburg High School and graduated from the…

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Robert "Bob" Earl Willey standing in the studio as a young boy.

Bob was born in Strasburg, the son of Robert Earl “Skeeter” Willey, Sr. and Miriam Elaine "Sis" (Wolfe) Willey. He was a 1956 graduate of Strasburg High School and graduated from the…

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Portrait of Annabelle Polk as a young woman.

Annabelle lived in Edinburg and was the daughter of Lester Earl (1899-1994) and Margie Jane (Fadeley) (1904-1990) Polk.

In 1945, she married Walter David Clem (1923-1995), a 22-year old Navy man…

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Photograph of the Heishman family. Identified are (l to r): John Edward, Joseph Edward, Nancy, and Margaret Virginia (Shadwell) Heishman.

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Photograph of Annabel Lee Polk as a little girl standing beside a toy clown.

Annabelle lived in Edinburg and was the daughter of Lester Earl (1899-1994) and Margie Jane (Fadeley) (1904-1990) Polk.

In 1945, she married Walter David Clem…

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Photograph of the certificate presented to Private Sylvester A. Polk, who served in Company C of the 121st Engineer Combat Battalion during WWII. Certificate was presented at the separation center of Ft. Meade, Maryland in January 1946.

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Photograph of the form used to honorably discharge Private Sylvester A. Polk of Conicville, Virginia. He was born on July 1, 1920, and served in the U.S. Army in both Normandy and the Ardennes during WWII.

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Photograph of William H. Polk standing behind his mother, Anna B. (Arrington) Polk (seated left), his wife, Edna, and his oldest son, William A. Polk. He is most remembered for having worked as a minister in the early 1920’s at the Mt. Zion Methodist…

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The name, "Polk" is written on the glass plate of this image of a woman seated and wearing a fur stole, hat and lace-up shoes.

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Photograph of three Stickley siblings. Identified are (l to r): Janice (Stickley) Sager, Claude, and Ronald Stickley.

They were children of Claude Henry Stickley Sr. and Goldie (Polk) Stickley.

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Portrait of Shirley Spiggle as a young woman. She was the daughter of Nellie Spiggle, lived at Bowman Crossing, and married Waldo Polk.

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Photo of Reverend Polk superimposed onto photo of Mt. Zion Methodist Church.

The church is located at the intersection of Church and Locust Streets in Woodstock, VA and is a historically black church.

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Photograph of Patsy Ann Borden as a toddler. Born in Woodstock and raised in Edinburg, she was the daughter of Cecil Ulysses and Alice Elizabeth (Coffman) Borden.

Patsy was a student and a seamstress in 1961 when she married Willard William…

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Portrait of Robert Funkhouser as a young man.

Robert was born in Jerome, Shenandoah County, to Amos (1842-1909) and Sarah Elizabeth (Miller) Funkhouser. His father farmed.

As a young man, Robert moved to Washington D.C. where he worked as a…
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